Cowdray Estate Midhurst England, GU29 0AQ

The 16,500-acre, family-owned Cowdray estate in the heart of the stunning South Downs National Park is steeped in history and heritage. On the estate you can discover the ruins of one of England’s most important early Tudor houses, explore breath-taking…

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The 16,500-acre, family-owned Cowdray estate in the heart of the stunning South Downs National Park is steeped in history and heritage.
On the estate you can discover the ruins of one of England’s most important early Tudor houses, explore breath-taking scenery, and enjoy a variety of country pursuits. There is also an award-winning farm shop and café, and luxury accommodation.
Cowdray is world-renowned as the home of British polo where you can be entertained at exhilarating matches throughout the summer season. The more adventurous can take up polo tuition at the Academy. A championship 18-hole golf course, game and clay pigeon shooting, fishing and wildlife tours further add to the mix of outdoor pursuits.
Cowdray’s holiday cottages are the perfect base for exploring Cowdray and the South Downs National Park, and only half an hour’s drive from the coast. The light and airy cottages are located next to Benbow Pond with easy access to a wide network of footpaths. They are self-catering and are well-equipped for families, groups and individuals alike.
Lodge accommodation, which is located next to Cowdray’s championship golf course, also offers the perfect location for guests to enjoy a break. Bed and breakfast rooms are open to everyone, not just golfers. All rooms are en-suite, and the building overlooks the polo grounds and the heritage site. Sleeping a total of 16 people, rooms can be booked individually or larger parties can reserve the whole lodge.
Cowdray is a unique English estate to be enjoyed by all.

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